Think with Google shares thoughts from top black YouTube creators on ways brands can develop more inclusive advertising.
In 2017, why do you think it’s still necessary to talk about opportunities for women in the industry, and how women are portrayed in advertising? Whether it’s 2017, or 100 years from now, I don’t believe there is ever a time we should say, “Our work here is done.” If 25 years in marketing have […]
This is the second survey by Campaign and the IPA on gender and ethnicity in UK advertising agencies.
The 4A’s “See It & Be It” series asks female industry leaders and those from traditionally underrepresented groups in the ad industry to share their personal stories, advice and observations on how to succeed in an industry that is overwhelmingly led by white men.
Agencies: Are you interested in participating in the 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program? The deadline for signing up is January 20th.
CEO Gustavo Martinez created “a workplace cut through with hostility,” says judge.
In this latest article from the 4A’s series promoting gender equality, Tierney’s Leticia Bradley shares her thoughts on how to succeed in advertising when you’re an African-American woman.
This survey by Campaign and MEC uncovers the experiences and issues of ageism in the UK advertising and marketing industry.
Mark Duffy has written the Copyranter blog for 11 years and is a freelancing copywriter with 25-plus years of experience. Here, he shares his experience with ageism in the ad industry.
Career Marketing Executive Will Help Lead the Foundation into the Future November 16, 2016—New York, NY—The 4A’s Foundation, the 501(c)(3) organization of America’s leading trade association representing the advertising agency business, today announced Joe Erwin has been named chairman of the board. The foundation, soon heading into its 20th year, provides support for multicultural students pursuing a career in […]
Our “See It & Be It” asks industry leaders—who are female or from traditionally underrepresented groups in the ad industry—to provide their personal stories, advice and observations on how to succeed in an industry that is overwhelmingly led by white men.
New data revealed about female creatives at 3% Conference. Creation of “The Nancy Hill Award” also announced.